Enjoy the luxury you won’t find in prison

WALL – Former HDP Co-Chair Selahattin Demirtaş, who was imprisoned in Edirne Prison, made statements regarding his applications pending at the Constitutional Court (AYM).

Posting a message on his social media account Twitter, Demirtaş said, “My file, which was approved by jet speed in 41 days at the appeal court, has been 1.216 days, and my application for wrongful arrest in the Kobani Conspiracy Case has been waiting before the Constitutional Court for exactly 1,140 days. By doing this, the Constitutional Court acts like a part of political conspiracies by the judiciary. ” said.

Stating that there is no reliable authority left in the judiciary, Demirtaş said, “The biggest crime and the culprit of all the crises experienced today is the judiciary, together with the government. All political cases are crimes of an organized coup against the will of the people. Everyone involved in these crimes will one day give an account before the judiciary. Accordingly, we will continue our political and legal struggle until we get results.”

‘It’s almost time for you to sit in the defendant’s chair’

Demirtaş, who made new posts about an hour later, also used expressions against the Minister of Interior Süleyman Soylu.

Demirtaş reacted to the fact that the petition he filed against Minister Soylu, who used the insults “Murderer, disgusting, despicable”, was not processed. Sharing the Ankara Chief Prosecutor’s Office’s “Decision Not to Process the Petition” in his tweet, Demirtaş said, “The Prosecutor’s Office has also officially accepted that Soylu’s duty is to insult. Soylu’s position as Minister of Criminal Affairs has been confirmed by a final judicial decision.”

Demirtaş said, “Look at this legal disgrace! For God’s sake! ‘The idiot was sentenced to 2 years, 7 months and 15 days in prison, and ‘Murderer, disgusting, despicable’ was Soylu’s duty! “It’s almost time for you to sit on the dock to answer for all your crimes. Until that day, enjoy the luxury and pomp, because you won’t find any of them in prison.” (NEWS CENTER)